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Can we safely restore the splintery pressure-treated wood deck on our Connecticut home?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 24, 2012 01:01 AM
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We have heard about an epoxy product but don't know if we would be creating more of a mess and what the environmental effect may be. We would rather not rip it out because of the waste and cost. The deck is over 20 years old, but we're not sure of the exact age. It is still attractive overall and sturdy, but due to its rough surface, it is not barefoot or grandchild friendly. 




 

 

We have heard about an epoxy product but don't know if we would be creating more of a mess and what the environmental effect may be. We would rather not rip it out because of the waste and cost. The deck is over 20 years old, but we're not sure of the exact age. It is still attractive overall and sturdy, but due to its rough surface, it is not barefoot or grandchild friendly. 

If the structure of the deck is still in good shape, I would suggest you replace only the deck boards.

  • Replacing the existing deck boards with a composite deck board would...



 

 

 
 
 

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